Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda has shared an introspective new music video for "Promises I Can't Keep," off his recently released solo debut Post Traumatic. The clip, which was directed and edited by Mark Fiore, follows Shinoda on a lonely subway to an amusement park as he faces his demons and questions if he really is the person he always thought he was.
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